Sunday School – Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
6 Reasons Sunday School Is Important
- Sunday School improves your Bible knowledge. When you know and understand God’s Word for yourself, you are more likely to obey the Lord and have a closer relationship with Him.
- Sunday School assists your spiritual growth. Sunday School is a small group where different topics and questions can be addressed in order that everyone in the group can move forward spiritually.
- Sunday School provides a “place to belong.” In a Sunday School class, you are known, personally recognized and transparency is more likely to occur. You can share needs and concerns from your life. As you participate in class discussions, you become part of the group.
- Sunday School helps you build meaningful relationships. In this small group, you meet people, learn their names, and hear their stories. You can share fellowship times with class members.
- Sunday School values your time. Sunday School groups happen on Sunday at
9:30 a.m.…at a time when you should already be here. If you attend the 8 a.m. or
8:30 a.m. Service, stay for 1 more hour. If you attend the 10:30 a.m. Service, just come 1 hour earlier. It is 1 hour worthy of your time.
- Sunday School has a place for the whole family. In one trip to church, your entire family can participate in the important purposes of Bible study, fellowship, and discipleship. You can have the assurance of knowing every member of your family is involved in weekly, small-group Bible study, which is growing their Bible knowledge and helping them grow spiritually.
The adult classes are studying The Gospel Project, a Journey Through the Storyline of Scripture. This will take men and women on a chronological, Christ-centered journey through the storyline of Scripture. Each week, participants will encounter God’s plan of redemption in Scripture through the study of Bible narrative, the essential doctrines of the faith, and the call to join in God’s mission locally and around the world.
|Parental Discretion||Main Building:
|Nursery||0 – 2 yrs||Education Building:
|2s and 3s Class||2 – 4 yrs||Education Building:
|9:30: Carole Sylvester|
|Pre K and K Class||4 – 5 yrs||Education Building:
|9:30: Tammy McCready, and Brandy McCready-Payne
10:30: Renee Ingram,
Michael & Jackie Brabham
|Elementary Class||6 – 11 yrs||Education Building:
|9:30: Angie Adkins, Larry Grubbs, Linda Grubbs
10:30: Student Leaders
(10:30 program is called Upgrade)
|The above classes remain after Sunday School for a second hour during
10:30 a.m. Service.
|Middle & High School Class||12 – 18 yrs||Education Building:
*100 200 300 Level Adult Classes are as follows:
100 Adult Classes are designed for visitors, non-Christians, new believers, and those who would like more basic explanations about the Bible lessons.
200 Adult Classes are designed for believers who know Bible basics and do not need basic explanations about Bible characters, places, ideas, etc.
300 Adult Classes are designed for mature believers who know Bible basics and need little explanation about theology and are ready for deep study and life application.
If you have not filled out a 100 200 300 Level Tool, you can find them here . This tool is entirely personal to will help you determine which level of our adult Sunday School might be best for you.
New Beginnings Christian Church Christian Education Ministry exists to develop faithful disciples of Jesus Christ in all stages of life.
- “develop” means to offer a wide range of programs for spiritual growth
- “faithful” means consistency in character, speech and action
- “disciples” means continuously following after Jesus Christ to learn and become like Him
- “all stages of life” means we never stop learning from infancy until death
- The Bible as the inerrant Word of God and the only rule of faith and practice
- Excellence in standards, curriculum, and facilities
- Programs and efforts for people in all stages of life
- The safety and security of all our members
- Salvation of the souls under the care of the church
- Bible literacy and understanding of Christian beliefs
- Preparation of children for lifelong discipleship
- Preparation of adults for service and leading younger believers
- Constant growth and learning
If you have any questions regarding classes
please call Kristian Beasley, our Associate Minister of Youth and Children,
at 813-837-3451 or email.